New Hampshire December 08, 2016
The One New Hampshire Town That’s So Perfectly New England
New Hampshire is full of beautiful, quaint New England towns, but some are especially magical. Jackson is one of the those towns. Just north of the tourist mecca of Conway and North Conway, Jackson is a bit quieter, but still has lots to offer. From adorable house and inns to stunning mountain views, Jackson is one New Hampshire town that is perfectly New England.
When you drive into Jackson and see this covered bridge, you know that you're in for a treat, visiting a town that is brimming with New England charm.
Although Jackson is a bit more spread out than other towns, there are plenty of destinations that make it well worth a visit.
One of the main draws of Jackson is its natural surroundings. In the heart of the White Mountains, Jackson is the perfect place to connect with nature.
There are miles of cross country ski trails, and some of the most well-known downhill ski mountains in the state.
There are also positively stunning water ways, include Jackson and Glen Ellis Falls.
The Ellis river is stunning year-round.
For some classic shopping and local charm, head to Flossy's General store at 21 Main Street. You never know what you'll find, but it's sure to be exciting!
And be sure to enjoy the winter adornments around town.
You may even see some magnificent snow sculptures.
During the winter you might catch a horse and carriage trotting down main street on a tour from Nestlenook Farm.
Jackson also has great dining options. For lunch or dinner head to Red Fox Bar and Grille, at 49 Route 16 in Jackson. There you can enjoy wood-fired pizzas, hand-cut fries and even fine-dining items. Whatever you order, it will be delicious.
No matter when you visit, you're sure to enjoy Jackson!
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